The business of sending tongue-and-cheek messages across electronically can be risky. (Obviously not in this text message above!) But it has been a long-standing problem for those with a darker shade of humor.
Here’s an example of one company that invented a new punctuation mark to express sarcasm through texts and emails: SarcMark.
To download a copy of the dot inside a circle, it costs $1.99. Which brings up just how important it is to send and express the right message.
Do you have problems communicating sarcasm or tongue-and-cheek remarks in text messages? Let us know!